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hi folks I have to build a deck and need a laser level that will have an accurate reading up to 7meters can some one please help I have been looking on ebay and the language is double dutch to oldie like me thanks in advance warnie


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hi folks I have to build a deck and need a laser level that will have an accurate reading up to 7meters can some one please help I have been looking on ebay and the language is double dutch to oldie like me thanks in advance warnie
Hi warnie, have you looked into Bosch levels?

For example, Bosch has a level for $50 that buyers have rated at 4/5 stars.
Bosch GLL 1P Combination Point and Line Laser Level - - Amazon.com

Are you looking for a level that projects a beam along the surface it is held against, or one that projects a beam vertically? Or possibly a level that projects a laser beam forward. Does it need to have a magnet on it?

I like Bosch. I have a set of their drill bits, and it has served me well. They also offer excellent customer service.

Hope I helped.

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thanks I will have a look at the hardware
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